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Who Just Donated $4 Million To A Local Park? Hint: His Family Estate Is A Westchester Landmark

Plus ground breaking in Mount Vernon, and more news from the world of Westchester business this week.

Local Doc Shares The Spotlight With Obama

Nancy Beran, MD, chief medical officer at Westchester Health Associates, was honored by the federal government as part of a White House event to launch the Healthcare Payment Learning In Action Network.

How Important Is Childcare For Your Business?

Not all business owners think about it, but working parents with adequate childcare services are happier and more productive employees.

5 Things You Need To Know About Westchester's Real Estate Market

Top trends motivating homebuyers, according to Joe Houlihan, managing partner of Bronxville’s Houlihan & O’Malley.

Why Arianna Huffington Says Failure Isn't All Bad

The Huffington Post founder kicked of Manhattanville College’s Castle Conversations series with a riveting talk about the changing media landscape and the need to redefine success.

Thinking About Working In Manhattan? Read This First

A new report shows why you might want to think twice about working in New York City.

What It Takes To Succeed In The Healthcare Business

Plus, explore business financing strategies, learn from Westchester's women industry leaders, and more business events happening in the county this week.

A New Leader For Westchester's Yummiest Nonprofit

The nonprofit that owns Greyston Bakery is getting a new president and CEO—one you might recognize.

How Good Is Your Office Romance Story?

914INC. is putting together a story about office romance—how to handle it, how not to handle it, etc.—and we’re looking for real-life tales of couples (or ex-couples).

Biz Buzz: Property Development Edition

Plenty is happening in Westchester’s real estate development world. Here’s a roundup of some of the top stories.

Women As “Agents of Change” In Westchester

Celebrating women’s leadership and philanthropy at the United Way of Westchester and Putnam’s Women’s Leadership Council luncheon.

​Is Your Office Design Cool Enough?

Why having a “cool” office space can be great for business.

Celebrating the Arts; Boosting Local Businesses

ArtsWestchester announces a lineup of events to mark its 50th anniversary. In addition to plenty of fun celebrations, the anniversary plans could be lucrative for local businesses.

Employment, Wages, And More: The Area's Economic Report Card

Where Westchester and the tri-county region stand economically.

Arriana Huffington Comes To Westchester

You've read our exclusive Q&A with the queen of online news—now here's you chance to see her in person. Plus, other Westchester business events this week.

Should The Minimum Wage In Westchester Be Raised?

The minimum wage in New York State is currently $8.75 per hour—does that work for Westchester? Gov. Cuomo says no.

Hot Property Pick: LEED-Certified Office Space In White Plains

A centrally located suite with an on-site café, auditorium, fitness facilities, and more, is this week's hot property pick.

Can This Yonkers Building Really Be A Fashion Manufacturing Hub?

An international women's fashion brand is betting on it. Plus, more Westchester County business buzz from this week.

Are Mobile Payments Safe?

New research from Purchase-based MasterCard shows consumers are changing their behavior due to the security of mobile payments.

Westchester's Veterans Chief Ending Service After 30 Years

Plus other notable promotions, honors, and hires around the county this week.

Networking, Business Events For Women's History Month, And More

This week's top business events in and around Westchester County.

Q&A: The Video (Advertising) Age Is Here

Video advertising is growing faster than advertising in most other mediums. Why? And what does it mean for your ad strategy? We speak to local agency Video SEO Pro to find out.

Truck-Based Businesses Are Actually Trending Right Now

It’s probably safe to say that mobile businesses are nothing new to you—you’ve at least passed a food truck or two in your lifetime. But some Westchester entrepreneurs are changing the game.
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